Glee: Season 1, Episode 19

Dream On (18 May 2010)

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In an episode directed by Emmy Award winner Joss Whedon, Mr. Schuester's former high school nemesis, Bryan Ryan, causes trouble for the glee club. Meanwhile, Rachel struggles with a ... See full summary »

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In an episode directed by Emmy Award winner Joss Whedon, Mr. Schuester's former high school nemesis, Bryan Ryan, causes trouble for the glee club. Meanwhile, Rachel struggles with a life-long personal issue, and Artie's dreams take him on an adventure Written by Fox Publicity

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Early in this episode, Rachel (Lea Michele) tries to convince herself that Broadway star Patti LuPone is her birth mother. Later, Rachel and Shelby (Idina Menzel) sing a duet of "I Dreamed a Dream," Fantine's most prominent song from the musical 'Les Misérables'. Patti LuPone created the role of Fantine in the original London production of 'Les Misérables'; as a child, Lea Michele played Young Cosette and Young Éponine in the original Broadway production of 'Les Misérables', and she sang the role of Adult Éponine for a 2008 Hollywood Bowl concert production. Michele was asked to take the role of adult Éponine in the 2006 Broadway revival of 'Les Misérables', but she chose instead to stay with 'Spring Awakening'. In keeping with the theme of the episode and Rachel's search for her mother, the character of Fantine is one who had to give up her baby daughter and is haunted by it. See more »

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When Artie is dancing in Safety Dance, there is a J. Dew store behind him. There are no J. Dew stores in Ohio, only in California where filming takes place. See more »

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Sue Sylvester: [to Will and Bryan] I came over here to congratulate you on your new role. Local director Herb Duncan does the dry clean for the cheerios, and he let slip that you just landed the lead role in Les Mis!
[Will looks overwhelmed, and Bryan lets go of his smile]
Sue Sylvester: Congratulations. I'm ecstatic! And the good news just keep coming, because you got a part too, Bryan. The exciting role of Townsperson. You got a line too. Right back here in the second act, you get to say... 'Hooray!' Congratulations to both...
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References CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) See more »

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Written and Performed by Billy Joel
Sung along to by Matthew Morrison and Neil Patrick Harris
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22 August 2010 | by (Ukraine) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this episode so much! I watched it because I was curious how Neil Patrick Harris looks there and wanted to hear him sing again :D but I enjoyed the whole thing! I tried watching the very first episode of Glee and it was a disaster - ugly teens, stupid problems, high school drama in Broadway style - HORRIFIC! but this episode felt great! I loved all the songs on it, that flash mob styled dance in the mall was super awesome and Dream On cover was great (I borderline hated even Adam Lambert's cover of Aerosmith - see, I'm a fan of Adam Lambert now but my first love in music was Aerosmith and then till forever it doesn't get any better than Aerosmith). I liked how little drama there were and the songs did entertain me big time so that I didn't even notice how 40 minutes of the show passed.


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